Dealing with Grief
Angry? Depressed? Fearful? Confused? Feeling all alone? Can’t sleep?
Lost your appetite? Gained too much weight?
Feeling guilty, hopeless and have no idea how to move ahead?
Are you feeling overwhelmed with life?
All these are normal responses to loss-there is nothing wrong with you! Loss happens to us all…
There are many kinds of losses:
- The death of a loved one,
- The loss of a job and home,
- Pet loss (we know that pets are members of our family!),
- Serious illness,
- Relationship breakup,
- Loss of faith and hope in the future,
- Divorce and many more…
You are not alone, I care and can help you recover and heal and move on to a future with hope, joy and celebration. Look through my website, then call or e-mail me with any comments or questions.
I look forward to meeting with you.
Grief IS Okay…
Rabbi, D. Min., D.Div.
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